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Are both sentences OK? It is the last place I would check. (I mean I would never look there) What will you get with that? and What will you have with that? (a waiter asks)
Feb 7, 2016 2:30 PM
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It is the last place I would check. (I mean I would never look there) Perfect What will you get with that? This is wrong, but you will find some younger people using "get" instead of "have". They also use "Can I get a drink" in a bar. To older people it means little and is slightly rude. I'd avoid for a few years. What will you have with that? Perfect
February 7, 2016
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